Mr Stephen Mason

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Name:
Mr Stephen Mason
Qualifications:
BA(Hons) (History and Educational Philosophy), MA, LLM, PGCE (FE)
Position/Fellowship type:
Associate Research Fellow
Fellowship term:
2003
Institute:
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Home institution:
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Location:
Charles Clore House 17 Russell Square London WC1B 5DR
Email address:
stephenmason@stephenmason.co.uk
Website:
http://ials.sas.ac.uk/about/about-us/people/stephen-mason

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Digital resources, Law
Summary of research interests and expertise:

Stephen is the recognised authority on electronic signatures and digital evidence, and has assisted governments in China, the Middle-East, Central America, and businesses in continental Europe and Africa, including the Corporation of London, the Ministry of Justice of the United Arab Emirates, and the government of Trinidad and Tobago. Stephen is licensed for Direct Public Access. He accepts instructions from solicitors, law officers of governments, company secretaries and corporate counsel

Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
04-May-2017 Electronic Evidence. 4th edition.

Edited Book

Joint editor with Professor Daniel Seng. Published by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies for the SAS Humanities Digital Library, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2017

07-Nov-2016 Electronic Signatures in Law. 4th edition.

Monographs

Published by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies for the SAS Humanities Digital Library, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2016

01-Oct-2015 The Internet and Privacy: Some Considerations’

Journal articles

Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, 2015, Volume 21, Issue 3, 68 – 84

01-Oct-2015 “Trust” Between Machines? Establishing Identity Between Humans and Software Code, or whether You Know it is a Dog, and if so, which Dog?

Journal articles

Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, 2015, Volume 21, Issue 5, 135 – 148 (with Timothy Reiniger)

01-Nov-2014 The structure of electronic evidence: have we got it right?

Journal articles

Editorial, Amicus Curiae The Journal of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies, Issue 99, Autumn 2014, 1

01-Oct-2014 Identity Policy and Lex Informatica: Emerging Approaches’

Journal articles

Information Law Journal, Volume 5, Issue 4, 13 – 24 (with Timothy Reiniger)

01-Oct-2014 Case Commentary: A Curious Case of Electronic Evidence (and Perhaps an Electronic Signature)

Journal articles

Ave Maria Law Review, Volume 12, Number 1, Winter 2014, 103 – 108

31-Jul-2014 Electronic Evidence

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers, July/August 2014, 6 – 7

01-Jun-2014 Electronic evidence: dealing with encrypted data and understanding software, logic and proof

ERA Forum, Volume 15, Number 1, June 2014, 25 – 36

01-Feb-2014 Electronic evidence: A proposal to reform the presumption of reliability and hearsay

Journal articles

Computer Law and Security Review, Volume 30 Issue 1 (February 2014), 80 – 84

01-Oct-2013 A curious case of electronic evidence (and perhaps an electronic signature)

Journal articles

Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, 2013, Volume 19, Issue 2, 60 – 62

28-Sep-2013 Electronic evidence, the presumption of reliability and hearsay – a proposal

Journal articles

Criminal Law & Justice Weekly, Volume 177, No 39, 28 September 2013, 631 – 632

13-Sep-2013 Is your number up?

Journal articles

New Law Journal, Volume 163, 757, 13 September 2013, 7 – 8, with Nicholas Bohm

01-Apr-2013 Electronic banking and how courts approach the evidence’

Journal articles

Computer Law and Security Review, Volume 29, Issue 2 (April 2013), 144 – 151

01-Oct-2012 Electronic Signatures in Law (3rd edition)

Monographs

 Cambridge University Press, 2012

01-Oct-2012 Electronic Banking: Protecting Your Rights

Monographs

 PP Publishing, 2012

01-Oct-2012 Electronic Evidence

Monographs

 3rd edition, LexisNexis Butterworths, 2012

01-Nov-2006 E-mail, networks and the Internet: A concise guide to compliance with the law

xpl publiations, 6th edn

International Electronic Evidence (British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2008)

Edited Book

The Internet and Privacy: Some Considerations’

Journal articles

Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, 2015, Volume 21, Issue 3, 68 – 84

Additional Publications

Government/policy work:

Date Details
Response to the Law Commission consultation on Making a Will from Stephen Mason and Nicholas Bohm

Comments to the consultation process regarding the consultation Making a Will (Consultation Paper 231, 2017) https://www.lawcom.gov.uk/project/wills/

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